Tagged with decarbonisation

Decarbonising transport is complicated

Decarbonising transport is complicated

Laurie Wright, Senior Lecturer, Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering at Solent University explains the complexity of decarbonisation of transport.  While it is about the UK, the issues are relevant in virtually all countries. What are your views?   Plane, train, or automobile? The climate impact of transport is surprisingly complicated The 2020s will … Continue reading

Britain’s power system has been decarbonising at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world over the last decade

Britain’s power system has been decarbonising at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world over the last decade

Carbon emissions from the power sector fell by 107 million metric tonnes in the past decade. Isabella Cipirska explains about recent developments in an article on the inews website.   Britain’s power system is decarbonising faster than anywhere in the world, report finds Britain’s power system has been decarbonising at a faster rate than anywhere … Continue reading

Plans for zero-emission shipping

Plans for zero-emission shipping

Roger Harrabin writes on the BBC website about plans by a group of ship owners to fund the design of zero-emissions vessels. The sooner the shipping industry decarbonises, the better, since shipping creates about 3% of global emissions.   $5bn fund unveiled for climate-friendly shipping A group of ship owners have announced plans for a … Continue reading